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I tend to read a lot of standalone titles. Lately, I've read loads and loads of American classics like Ask The Dust by John Fante and Po…more
Hi, Patricia!

I tend to read a lot of standalone titles. Lately, I've read loads and loads of American classics like Ask The Dust by John Fante and Post Office by Charles Bukowski but the novel that's stuck with me most this year has been a collection of short stories called Men without Women by Haruki Murakami. A brilliant author.

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Seven Days with You

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Hello Beautiful People,


I’m really sorry for my inactivity these past few weeks. If you read my previous post then you’ll know I went to Barcelona and got caught up in the terrorist incident and it’s taken me a while to get back on top of things with the book.


But time, as the age-old saying goes, is a great healer and I certainly feel optimistic for the months ahead, especially regarding Seven Days

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